Britney Yada hits the Murphy USA El Dorado



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Britney Yada hits the Murphy USA El Dorado

Britney Yada, with a nice recovery in the final round, won with 205 (69 71 65, -11) hits the Murphy USA El Dorado Shootout played on the Mystic Creek Golf Club course (par 72), in El Dorado, Arkansas. In the middle of the table Roberta Liti, 49th with 221 (76 70 75, +5).

Britney Yada, results

He resides in Hilo, in the Hawaiian Islands, and at 30 years, 11 months and 24 days, Britney Yada, a professional since 2014, obtained the first title on the Epson Tour for a palmarès in which one also appears on the Cactus Tour, one of the smaller circuits Americans.

With a final lap in 65 (-7, seven birdies without bogey), best part of the round, she left Tardy Bailey (207, -9) with two hits and Kristen Gillmann and Korea's Jiwon Jeon (209, -7) by four. . In fifth position with 210 (-6) Daniela Iacobelli, the Filipino Clariss Guce and the Finnish Kiira Riihijarvi, leader after 36 holes.

Roberta Liti turned 75 (+3) with two birdies, three bogeys and a double bogey losing fourteen positions, but she returned to the prize after three cuts in a row. Britney Yada was awarded a check for $ 33,750 on a prize pool of $ 225,000.

El Dorado is a city in Union County in the US state of Arkansas with around 18,500 inhabitants (as of 2013) and the seat of the county administration. In 2010, the population was 18,884, a population decrease of 2.1%. El Dorado is home to the Arkansas Oil and Gas Commission, Murphy Oil Corporation and its former Murphy USA downstream division, Deltic Timber Corporation and Lion Oil Company.

The city includes, among others, a community college, the South Arkansas Community College (SouthArk) and a multicultural arts center, the South Arkansas Arts Center (SAAC). Also, El Dorado is known as part of the Ark-La-Tex socio-economic region.

Founded in 1956, the South Arkansas Symphony Orchestra is one of the oldest in Arkansas. It will be chaired by Scott Watkins and currently conducted by Kermit Poling. Before that, Dr. Eloy Fominaya, Dr. Joe Barry Mullins, Jimmie Reynolds, Gerald Kiger, Richard Oliver and Dr.

Richard Worthington in charge. All performances are broadcast by Red River Radio, with occasional national broadcasts by A&E Television Networks. The Rialto Theater Music Hall is a classical building opened in 1929. In 1980 it was renovated and reopened in 1987.

It has room for 1400 spectators. The Rialto Theater Music Hall has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1986. El Dorado Golf and Country Club is a private golf course that opened in 1925. Herman Hackbarth designed the 18-hole golf course.

The El Dorado Racquet Club is also a privately owned sports facility. The club offers tennis, swimming and fitness facilities.